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If you want to own something once driven by someone famous, there are some nice options at the moment.

Subaru of America Inc. filed a reply brief to further support the company’s motions to dismiss an ongoing class action lawsuit, originally filed by Christine Powell against the auto manufacturer for allegedly defective windshields.

Automakers in the U.S. began resuming operations at many factories last month after shutting down in March to help slow the coronavirus spread.

As collision repair facilities see repair jobs begin to increase, one concern is sourcing the parts to fix those vehicles in a timely, affordable manner that meet insurance carrier, OEM and industry repair standards.

Women’s Industry Network (WIN) presents the Cornerstone Award each year to deserving WIN board members.

In the last few months, much has been written and discussed within the trade press about how body shops, insurance companies and car rental companies are faring with the business slowdown caused by the corona virus pandemic.

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